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Another really good one HeatherFeather!! The local grocer had turkey cutlets on special, so I didn't have to pound them, it was done for me. Followed the recipe, except for the sage leaves,my garden sage got caught in the frost a couple of nights ago, so had to resort to dried sage, it seemed to work just fine. The red onion, red wine and sage were a great combination. I will try this again, perhaps as you suggest with chicken breasts next time. Thanks for sharing!! Just thought I'd add that I make this quite regularly and it is always good! Had an oportunity to take a photo tonight so will add it also. Quite delicious, the onions are always wonderful and really complemnt the turykey. Thanks again for posting.

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Derf July 02, 2006

These were great! The onions and red wine had such a sweet flavor they just accented the cutlets so well. I only made half the recipe since there's just the two of us and I probably used too much butter since converting isn't my strong suit. Thanks for posting! Winniewombat

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Wombee June 04, 2009

Maybe not the healthiest dinner I've cooked, but definitely one of the best ways I've done turkey! So nice to find a recipe that isn't breaded. I too used turkey thigh cutlets instead of turkey breast and also had to use dry sage. DB has asked me to keep this one on the "PMA" list.(Please make again) Served this along with Roasted Potatoes and Sage # 4370 and Sauteed Green Apples and Leeks #140524. Thanks HeatherFeather!!

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Sage Turkey Cutlets (Salbeischnitzel)